7 p.m. on Tuesday, September 20, in our sanctuary
Peter had to go into the house of a Gentile Roman centurion; Philip had to climb into the chariot of an Ethiopian; the work of people of faith is to reach out in love to the unknown and unexpected to form community. But, when we do reach out, especially across lines of color, we often wonder if we did it in the right way. Did we say the right thing? Did we act in an appropriate way? Or did we unintentionally say or do something that was harmful?
Sister Veronica Dunbar (Sister Vee), the Diocesan Missioner for Spirituality and Race, will be with us on Tuesday, September 20, to help us look at our interactions with people of color. You are invited to bring your curiosity, your questions, and yes, your anxieties about forming community across the artificial barriers society has built between us.
In addition to bringing questions to the event, you can send questions ahead of time to Ann Putallaz at email@example.com. And you are welcome to attend with a friend(s) if you’d like.
An RSVP is not necessary but does help us to plan ahead for seating and social distancing. (Masks will be required.) If you have any questions or would like to RSVP, contact Ann Putallaz at firstname.lastname@example.org or 734-827-4443.
Arranged by the St. Clare’s Equity Education and Action Committee (EEAC)